Supreme Court considers churches’ demands that states lift pandemic restrictions

Credit: Seattle Times- Published on May 29, 2020
WASHINGTON — Religious organizations eager to reopen faster and with fewer pandemic-related restrictions are calling on courts to step in. The Supreme Court is considering two emergency petitions, from California and Illinois, even though governors of those states have removed some restrictions and agreed to demands that...
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